Multi Media Artist, Illustrator and Designer
RYAN L. WAGNER
PRINTS FOR SALE
Animal Alphabet Series
My Animal Alphabet series is my newest project and still in the works. I started with spelling out my son's name ROWAN and I have working through every letter since, slowly but surely. Besides the actual letters themselves (which is the typeface Eina 01 for anyone who is curious), everything is hand-drawn with a stylus on a tablet. Every element in each piece starts with the corresponding letter, even down to the name of the color of the letter itself. These are available as prints in various sizes in both paper and canvas and can be used to spell out words, names or initials, or can just stand alone independently.
More coming soon!
Other Animal Prints
I've always loved drawing and painting animals, and oftentimes I use them symbolically to portray different feelings, cultural references or ideas. Various sizes are available, in choice of archival matte paper or gallery wrapped canvas, with different framing options as well.
On the surface this may look like a still life of vegetables, but if you dig a little deeper it's actually my wife's deconstructed salsa recipe (with a few extra habaneros, since she loves spicy food). If you dig a little deeper than that, it symbolizes the camaraderie of people and melting pot of cultures that make up the fabric of America. The line of vegetables represents a bridge, not a wall.
Various sizes are available, in choice of archival matte paper or gallery wrapped canvas, with different framing options as well.
Mississippi Series Prints
I lived in Mississippi for 10 years during my early adulthood. After moving to Nashville, I painted these three paintings as a reflection of my time and fond memories from there, specifically in Oxford, Central Mississippi and the Delta.
The original artwork was painted with oil and acrylic on 36" x 36" canvas. Prints are available in various sizes, in choice of archival matte paper or gallery wrapped canvas, with different framing options as well.
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